Bazaar Version Control Systems is an open-source version control system that lets developers collaborate on projects. From solo developers to team groups, programmers can build projects and work on them remotely across the globe. The platform is scalable and adapts to the changing requirements of enterprises ad is compatible with Windows, Ubuntu, Gentoo, and various modern operating systems. The best part about this system is that it's a decentralized revision control system and free to use for everyone, except for when making data transfers and revisions prior to them.
Detailed Bazaar pricing has not been disclosed, but it is in line with leading competitors in the Version Control Systems market. Most software companies and vendors require users to contact them with details so they can offer competitive personalized pricing based on exact business needs. For more details on the best Bazaar pricing plans and offers contact the vendor directly.
Tutorials and guides about how to use the platform can be found on the official developers' website. Bazaar Version Control Systems is easy to use and the user guides teach aspiring and professional developers everything they want to know.
Active CommunityThis system thrives on community support and has an active user base that's constantly contributing and evolving. Lets developers collaborate on projects with each other.
CompatibilityCompatible on FreeBSD, Solaris, Gentoo, OS X, Fedora, Debian, Windows, Ubuntu, SUSE, and more. Features add-ons, plugins, project hosting, and custom APIS for different integration with an active community also found on IRC channels and mailing lists.
Cross-Platform User InterfaceSupports cross-platform projects with a simple and extremely friendly interface along with an offline mode that lets developers work on remote servers even after getting disconnected. Supports the creation of
bound branches which is exclusive to Bazaar alone also the distributed workflows make this system highly adaptable.
Collaborative and EconomicalSupports 'octopus merging' and uses less disk space than Mercurial 1.3 and also lets users organize local workspaces, use shared trees, and use feature branches. Lightning fast and requires paying only for revisions applied during data transfers (it's free to use and create projects on though).